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How to Fund a Doctorate Once Federal Aid Runs Out

Earning a doctorate generally means you can look forward to above-average earnings in the future. Of course, that doesn’t do you any good at the moment. In fact, if you’re like most students, you’re worried about how you’ll pay for your doctorate. 4 Simple Ways to Fund Your Doctorate Fortunately, there are four simple ways […]

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4 Reasons To Go To College

If you ask most people why they want to go to college, you’ll probably get one main reason: to get a good job. This is, of course, an excellent reason for getting the grades and going through the enrolment process for college – and for sticking with it once you’re there. However, there are other […]

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5 Common Traits of Successful MBA Students

An MBA (Master’s of Business Administration) degree focuses on various topics related to business in the hopes of applying these to management in a scientific or strategic way. Following graduation, students of this degree are put on the path to jobs in finance, marketing, management, and various other career opportunities in business. But the business […]

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Back to School: 7 Tips for a Smooth Semester

Your college years are potentially some of the most productive and most important years of your life. It’s not that the rest of your life is meaningless in comparison or that you’ll never have fun or accomplish anything after college. Rather, the importance of college is that it lays the groundwork for the rest of […]

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5 Gerontology Related Occupations That Need Graduates Now

With more than 10,000 Americans reaching retirement age every day of the week, it is understandable that gerontology related occupations are in great demand for graduates from frontrunners in the field from schools like the program offered at USC online. Not only is the University of Southern California the top-ranked graduate program in gerontology, but […]

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Why You Should Go to College in New York

Everybody deserves the right to education, especially if it means you can reach your dream career by gaining a new qualification. Going to college is all about starting a new chapter in your life and working hard to achieve your goals. However, before you can get too excited about this new adventure, it is important […]

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How to Minimize Student Debt by Choosing Schools Wisely

In the fall of 2017, state colleges and universities became tuition-free for New York residents whose families earn less than $100,000 a year. The limit will go up to $125,000 by 2019, meaning nearly 1 million families will be eligible. New York is the first state to offer free tuition to four-year universities. Other states […]